Understand the importance of early intervention to support the speech, language and communication needs of children and young people.
The importance of early identification and the potential risks of late recognition.
Language is very important to learning it is linked then it to our thoughts. This will enable us to store information in a listed way. If children have problems communicating with other adults or students witch may be due to speech and language delay or disorder, they could be working with a disadvantage, and will be then less able to organise their thought process and express themselves. When children then become older the curriculum then becomes more demanding, the use of rational and abstract thought will then come to be more important. The earlier diagnosis of delayed language acquisition, the easier it will be for professionals and other professionalises to target the child, as the child,s early years are a time of lots of learning anddevelopment at a rapid rate.
Students that may have some language delay may also find it harder to build some sort of relationship with children or adults that don't use the correct type of communication with them as a result frustrated, leading to possible behaviour problems, and isolated. Children that are very young in particular will not have experience to recognise the resin for their feelings i was working with a child who had a communication disorder or delay i should really been on a corse that specifies in this matter or been give additional training, strategies and support to help in my work with the students.
How multi-agency teams work together to support speech, language and communication.
There should be a number of other professionals with who i may come int to contact with if i support a student with communication or interaction needs. They cloud also get all together as a team so that they can the discuss and make a plan of how the child's can be met. Them who are...
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